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Watch Out, The Compliance Officer Listening To Your Conversation May Be A Computer

One component of the forthcoming ESMA MiFID II regulations that hasn’t received the headlines that the impact on research has received is the mandate to record “electronic communication.” Like much of the preparedness levels for the sweeping regulations set to impact the financial services industry come January 2018, clarity can be wanting. As the deadline approaches, automated recording systems and artificial intelligence could work to solve the problem in a post big brother world.

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